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An ecological study of southern Wisconsin fishes; the brook silversides (Labidesthes sicculus) and the cisco (Leucichthys artedi) in their relations to the region

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An ecological study of southern Wisconsin fishes; the brook silversides (Labidesthes sicculus) and the cisco (Leucichthys artedi) in their relations to the region


Published 1927
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"Contributions from the Zoological laboratory of the University of Illinois...no. 297."

Bibliography: p. 112-115


Volume 11
Publisher [Urbana, Ill., The University of Illinois]
Pages 196
Possible copyright status Public domain. Published 1923-1963 with notice but no evidence of copyright renewal found in Stanford Copyright Renewal Database. Contact digicc@library.illinois.edu for information.
Language English
Call number 664262
Digitizing sponsor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Book contributor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Collection biodiversity; americana

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